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There's not really a way to "legally rescind" something like what you are describing. However, what you can do is have a local lawyer send them a letter (perhaps with a copy of a negative drug screen) and a letter stating it is rescinded as you were under duress. The lawyer will know how to word it so that if you have to go to court for anything it can be used to your advantage. Most lawyers won't charge much for this and it is well worth the investment should you need it.